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The Challenge of Employment in India: An Informal Economy Perspective, 2 Vols - Arjun K. Sengupta
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Hard Bound . New. Contents: Preface, Chapter One: Basic Concepts: Benefit-Cost Analysis, Demand, Efficiency, Industrial Revolution and the Standard, Information, Insurance, Liability, Marginalism, Microeconomics, Natural Resources, Opportunity cost, Political Behaviour, Populations, etc. Chapter Two: Economic Systems and Schools of Economic Thought: Apartheid, Autrian Economic, Capitalism, Fascism, etc. Chapter Three: Macroeconomics: Business Cycles, Distribution of Income, Economic Growth, Forecasting and Econometric Models, etc. Chapter Four: Economic Policy: Federal Budget, Federal Debt, Fiscal Policy, Monetry Policy, etc. Chapter Five: Taxes: Taxation: A preface, Capital Gains Taxes, Consumption Tax, Corporate Taxation, Marginal Tax Rates, Progressive Taxes, etc., Chapter Six: Money and Banking: Bank Runs, Competing Money Supplies, Deposit Insurance, etc. Chapter Seven: Economic Regulation: Ariline Deregulation, Electric Utility regulation, Monopoly, Natural Gas Regulation, Patents, etc. Chapter Eight: Environmental Regulation: Environemtalism: a Preface, Greehouse Effects, Pollution, etc. Chapter Nine: Discrimination and Labour Issues, Chapter Ten: International Economics: Balance of Payments, Competitiveness, Exchange Rates, Free Trade, etc. Chapter Eleven: Corporations and Financial Markets, Chapter Twelve: The Marketplace, Chapter Thirteen: The Economics of Special Markets, Chapter Fourteen: Economies Outside the united States, Biographies, index xx+876 Yr. of Pub.1993 0446516376, Serials Publications, 2013. Hardcover. New. In India, the urban informal sector is providing employment to the large section of an unorganized labour force in urban centers. The informal sector is considered a means to the strategy for eradication of poverty and unemployment in the developing countries. World wide it is recognized that, small, tiny and unorganized or informal activities play an important role in shaping the urban economy. 93 per cent of the countries workforce is working in informal sector and only remaining 7 per cent of the workforce are working under the formal sector, accounting for total wealth creation of 52 per cent from informal sector and 48 per cent from formal sector. The study of informal sector is important because the crucial task of manufacture productive use of abundant, surplus labour and one of the utility oriented small-scale brick making economic activity in the region. The brick making industry in Karnataka, which is one of the significant industries in the unorganized sector, provides employment opportunities to a vast workforce of around two lakhs. This sector is the second largest sector next to construction, which absorbs large floating labour from different parts of rural and semi-urban areas in Karnataka. The study attempts to be precise to explore the growth structure of informal brick manufacturing activities in the urban areas of the Gulbarga and Dharwad districts of North Karnataka. The brick industry fulfills the ever growing demand of urbanization. Brick making is one of the most ancient industrial activities in the history of the human civilization. Brick remains one of the most important building materials and continues to be the mainstay of construction activities. The pioneering volume is the first comprehensive effort to study different economic and non- economic aspects of Brick Industry. This book is the outcome of an in-depth research study of the organizational and administrative set-up, capital involved, marketing and manufacturing techniques followed in the industry. This book provides a detailed financial analysis including cost-benefit analysis, production trend, cost analysis and apparent fact on demand and supply of bricks. A detailed study on the work force engaged in the brick industry is also incorporated in the book. The present threats before the industry have been discussed logically in the dimensions. The volume is illustrated not only with suggestions for feasible solutions of the problems of the industry but also for a sustainable development of the brick industry in the North Karnataka Region. The study of the policy recommendation for improves the economy of informal brick-kiln industry of urban area in the Karnataka State. Contents 1. Research Design 2. Conceptual Base of Urban Informal Sector 3. Review of Literature 4. Growth of Urban Informal Sector in India 5. Informal Sector in Karnataka 6. A Profile of North Karnataka Region 7. Socio-economic Factfile of Brick-manufacturers in North Karnataka Region 8. Employment of Labour in Brick-kiln Industry 9. Problems of Brick-kiln Industry 10. Summary of Findings and Suggestions Printed Pages: 334., Serials Publications, 2013, Serials Publications, 2013. Hardcover. New. In India, the urban informal sector is providing employment to the large section of an unorganized labour force in urban centers. The informal sector is considered a means to the strategy for eradication of poverty and unemployment in the developing countries. World wide it is recognized that, small, tiny and unorganized or informal activities play an important role in shaping the urban economy. 93 per cent of the countries workforce is working in informal sector and only remaining 7 per cent of the workforce are working under the formal sector, accounting for total wealth creation of 52 per cent from informal sector and 48 per cent from formal sector. The study of informal sector is important because the crucial task of manufacture productive use of abundant, surplus labour and one of the utility oriented small-scale brick making economic activity in the region. The brick making industry in Karnataka, which is one of the significant industries in the unorganized sector, provides employment opportunities to a vast workforce of around two lakhs. This sector is the second largest sector next to construction, which absorbs large floating labour from different parts of rural and semi-urban areas in Karnataka. The study attempts to be precise to explore the growth structure of informal brick manufacturing activities in the urban areas of the Gulbarga and Dharwad districts of North Karnataka. The brick industry fulfills the ever growing demand of urbanization. Brick making is one of the most ancient industrial activities in the history of the human civilization. Brick remains one of the most important building materials and continues to be the mainstay of construction activities. The pioneering volume is the first comprehensive effort to study different economic and non- economic aspects of Brick Industry. This book is the outcome of an in-depth research study of the organizational and administrative set-up, capital involved, marketing and manufacturing techniques followed in the industry. This book provides a detailed financial analysis including cost-benefit analysis, production trend, cost analysis and apparent fact on demand and supply of bricks. A detailed study on the work force engaged in the brick industry is also incorporated in the book. The present threats before the industry have been discussed logically in the dimensions. The volume is illustrated not only with suggestions for feasible solutions of the problems of the industry but also for a sustainable development of the brick industry in the North Karnataka Region. The study of the policy recommendation for improves the economy of informal brick-kiln industry of urban area in the Karnataka State. Contents 1. Research Design 2. Conceptual Base of Urban Informal Sector 3. Review of Literature 4. Growth of Urban Informal Sector in India 5. Informal Sector in Karnataka 6. A Profile of North Karnataka Region 7. Socio-economic Factfile of Brick-manufacturers in North Karnataka Region 8. Employment of Labour in Brick-kiln Industry 9. Problems of Brick-kiln Industry 10. Summary of Findings and Suggestions Printed Pages: 334., Serials Publications, 2013, Paperback. New. Affective Labour explores four distinct landscapes in order to demonstrate how collective feelings are organized by social actors in order to both reproduce and contest hegemony. Utilizing a variety of methods, including participant observation, in-depth interviews across field sites, and content an, Serials Publications, 2010. Hardcover. New. Demand analysis in general and complete demand systems in particular are the rich areas for the development new tools of applied econometric. The current in demand analysis extends to welfare applications and other diverse area such as demand projection, of true cost of living indices, measurement of poverty, inequalities and food security, calculation of optimal analysis has started in 1960s, hardly any attempt was made in India prior to 1980. The lack of interest in demand studies in India can be attributed to the stability of consumption and non-availability of time-series data on consumer expenditure and consumer price indices. Now with the availability of extensive NSS data on consumer expenditure, Consumer Price Indices (complied by Labour Bureau, Ministry of Labour) and also increasing access to better computing facilities, few researchers are engaged in the in the estimation of complete Demand System in India and their result have been extensively used in planning and policy formulations of the country. But, studies on demand analysis are scanty at regional / state level. Considering such aberrations, this study is the modest attempt to bridge the gap by estimating two popular demand systems viz., LES and AIDS with their variants for exploring the pattern of demand in the backward state liked Orissa and the developing country like India. The various specifications, dimensions and determinants of Complete Demand Systems (CDS) have been examined in this study. The various estimates and elasticities and systematically interpreted along with policy implications which will be of great use to the students, scholars and teachers in general and planners, policy makers and the executives in particular. The study is structured into seven chapters. Chapter-1 is the introduction which deals with the scope, objectives, methodology, consumer price indices and the hypotheses formulated for the study. Chapter-2 provides a brief up to date review of some important national and international studies on different complete demand systems based on cross-section, time-series and pooled time –series of cross-with its duality aspect relevance to our analysis. Chapter-4 deals with the theoretical analysis of different types of utility based, additive and non-additive and the recently developed flexible functional from of complete demand systems. Chapter-5 represents the specification, estimation and empirical analysis of the linear Expenditure System (LES) along with its three variant. Chapter-6 deals with the specification, estimations and analysis of the Almost Ideal Demand Systems (AIDS) along with its variants. Finally, the summary and findings of different chapters along with the policy of implication of demands are presented in Chapter-7. Printed Pages: 415., Serials Publications, 2010, Serials Publications, 2010. Hardcover. New. Demand analysis in general and complete demand systems in particular are the rich areas for the development new tools of applied econometric. The current in demand analysis extends to welfare applications and other diverse area such as demand projection, of true cost of living indices, measurement of poverty, inequalities and food security, calculation of optimal analysis has started in 1960s, hardly any attempt was made in India prior to 1980. The lack of interest in demand studies in India can be attributed to the stability of consumption and non-availability of time-series data on consumer expenditure and consumer price indices. Now with the availability of extensive NSS data on consumer expenditure, Consumer Price Indices (complied by Labour Bureau, Ministry of Labour) and also increasing access to better computing facilities, few researchers are engaged in the in the estimation of complete Demand System in India and their result have been extensively used in planning and policy formulations of the country. But, studies on demand analysis are scanty at regional / state level. Considering such aberrations, this study is the modest attempt to bridge the gap by estimating two popular demand systems viz., LES and AIDS with their variants for exploring the pattern of demand in the backward state liked Orissa and the developing country like India. The various specifications, dimensions and determinants of Complete Demand Systems (CDS) have been examined in this study. The various estimates and elasticities and systematically interpreted along with policy implications which will be of great use to the students, scholars and teachers in general and planners, policy makers and the executives in particular. The study is structured into seven chapters. Chapter-1 is the introduction which deals with the scope, objectives, methodology, consumer price indices and the hypotheses formulated for the study. Chapter-2 provides a brief up to date review of some important national and international studies on different complete demand systems based on cross-section, time-series and pooled time –series of cross-with its duality aspect relevance to our analysis. Chapter-4 deals with the theoretical analysis of different types of utility based, additive and non-additive and the recently developed flexible functional from of complete demand systems. Chapter-5 represents the specification, estimation and empirical analysis of the linear Expenditure System (LES) along with its three variant. Chapter-6 deals with the specification, estimations and analysis of the Almost Ideal Demand Systems (AIDS) along with its variants. Finally, the summary and findings of different chapters along with the policy of implication of demands are presented in Chapter-7. Printed Pages: 415., Serials Publications, 2010, Academic Foundation, 2009. Softcover. New. This is the final report of the National Commission for Enterprises in the Unorganised Sector, which was set up by the Government of India on 20th September 2004 under the chairmanship of Dr. Arjun K. Sengupta to "review the status of unorganized/informal sector in India including the nature of enterprises, their size, spread and scope, and magnitude of employment." This was the first step taken towards fulfilling the commitment of the new UPA government to ensure "the welfare and well-being of all workers, particularly those in the unorganised sector, who constitute more than 93% of our workforce" (likely to be around 502 million by 2012 as the Commission estimates). During the four and a half year of its existence, the Commission examined in detail all the literature and statistical evidence that exists on this sector, held numerous consultations with different stakeholders, such as government officials and policy makers at the Centre and in the States, trade unions and associations of workers representatives, civil society organisations, academics and experts. This final report on `The Challenge of Employment in India: An Informal Economy Perspective` is now presented as an overarching report based on all the earlier work of the Commission, to provide a perspective and strategy for expanding employment in India. The report takes an aggregative perspective of what the Commission calls the central problem of the challenge of employment namely, deficit in its quantity and quality. The comprehensive report also examines the issue of labour market reforms in India. The most important conclusion that follows from the findings of the Commission is that all efforts to improve the quantity and quality of employment in the unorganised sector would require a new approach to economic planning in India. The report offers numerous suggestions and concrete recommendations towards attaining the objective of `maximizing employment` and ensuring inclusive growth. CONTENTS IN DETAIL : Preface Acknowledgements Volume I - Main Report 1. Introduction Wide ranging consultations Past Reports This Report Organisation of Chapters 2. Expanding employment in the Indian economy Introduction Formal Sector Employment Formal and Informal Employment in the Formal Sector: Commission’s estimates What explains lack of growth in Formal Sector employment? Growth and Employment Some Implications of the Growth Pattern for Incomes The Informal Workers The Approach of NCEUS Commission’s Approach in this Report Concluding Note 3. Employment & Unemployment in India : Alternative Measures & their Meaning Introduction Measures of Employment/Unemployment : Sensitivity to Concepts & Definitions Used Labour Force Measures Used in Recent Plans Requirements of a Good Measure Modified Current Weekly Status (MCWS) Advantages of the MCWS Approach in Labour Force Measurement Measures of Employment & Unemployment Measures of Non-utilization of Labour Time The Measurement Used in this Report Policy Implications 4. Labour Supply & Demand : Introduction Population Growth & Composition Trends in Size & Composition of Labour Force Overall Size, Growth & Composition Rural-Urban Distribution 44 Labour Force Participation Rates (LFPR) 45 Labour Force Participation Rates by Social Groups 45 Age-Specific Labour Force Participation 47 Age Specific LFPR in Rural & Urban Areas 48 Low Educated: A Huge Underbelly 49 State-level Scenario in LFPR 52 Sate-wise Composition of Labour Force 53 State-wise Labour Force Participation Rates by Social Groups 54 State-wise Labour Force by Education 54 State-wise Rural/Urban Difference in Labour Force 56 Trends in Size & Composition of Work Force 57 Printed Pages: 572., Academic Foundation, 2009

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Academic Foundation, 2009. Softcover. New. This is the final report of the National Commission for Enterprises in the Unorganised Sector, which was set up by the Government of India on 20th September 2004 under the chairmanship of Dr. Arjun K. Sengupta to "review the status of unorganized/informal sector in India including the nature of enterprises, their size, spread and scope, and magnitude of employment." This was the first step taken towards fulfilling the commitment of the new UPA government to ensure "the welfare and well-being of all workers, particularly those in the unorganised sector, who constitute more than 93% of our workforce" (likely to be around 502 million by 2012 as the Commission estimates). During the four and a half year of its existence, the Commission examined in detail all the literature and statistical evidence that exists on this sector, held numerous consultations with different stakeholders, such as government officials and policy makers at the Centre and in the States, trade unions and associations of workers representatives, civil society organisations, academics and experts. This final report on `The Challenge of Employment in India: An Informal Economy Perspective` is now presented as an overarching report based on all the earlier work of the Commission, to provide a perspective and strategy for expanding employment in India. The report takes an aggregative perspective of what the Commission calls the central problem of the challenge of employment namely, deficit in its quantity and quality. The comprehensive report also examines the issue of labour market reforms in India. The most important conclusion that follows from the findings of the Commission is that all efforts to improve the quantity and quality of employment in the unorganised sector would require a new approach to economic planning in India. The report offers numerous suggestions and concrete recommendations towards attaining the objective of `maximizing employment` and ensuring inclusive growth. CONTENTS IN DETAIL : Preface Acknowledgements Volume I - Main Report 1. Introduction Wide ranging consultations Past Reports This Report Organisation of Chapters 2. Expanding employment in the Indian economy Introduction Formal Sector Employment Formal and Informal Employment in the Formal Sector: Commission’s estimates What explains lack of growth in Formal Sector employment? Growth and Employment Some Implications of the Growth Pattern for Incomes The Informal Workers The Approach of NCEUS Commission’s Approach in this Report Concluding Note 3. Employment & Unemployment in India : Alternative Measures & their Meaning Introduction Measures of Employment/Unemployment : Sensitivity to Concepts & Definitions Used Labour Force Measures Used in Recent Plans Requirements of a Good Measure Modified Current Weekly Status (MCWS) Advantages of the MCWS Approach in Labour Force Measurement Measures of Employment & Unemployment Measures of Non-utilization of Labour Time The Measurement Used in this Report Policy Implications 4. Labour Supply & Demand : Introduction Population Growth & Composition Trends in Size & Composition of Labour Force Overall Size, Growth & Composition Rural-Urban Distribution 44 Labour Force Participation Rates (LFPR) 45 Labour Force Participation Rates by Social Groups 45 Age-Specific Labour Force Participation 47 Age Specific LFPR in Rural & Urban Areas 48 Low Educated: A Huge Underbelly 49 State-level Scenario in LFPR 52 Sate-wise Composition of Labour Force 53 State-wise Labour Force Participation Rates by Social Groups 54 State-wise Labour Force by Education 54 State-wise Rural/Urban Difference in Labour Force 56 Trends in Size & Composition of Work Force 57 Printed Pages: 572., Academic Foundation, 2009

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[EAN: 9788171887774], Neubuch, [PU: Academic Foundation], CHALLENGE OF EMPLOYMENT IN INDIA: AN INFORMAL ECONOMY PERSPECTIVE, 2 VOLSARJUN K. SENGUPTA9788171887774, Business & Economics|Economics|General, Business & Economics|Labor, This is the final report of the National Commission for Enterprises in the Unorganised Sector, which was set up by the Government of India on 20th September 2004 under the chairmanship of Dr. Arjun K. Sengupta to "review the status of unorganized/informal sector in India including the nature of enterprises, their size, spread and scope, and magnitude of employment." This was the first step taken towards fulfilling the commitment of the new UPA government to ensure "the welfare and well-being of all workers, particularly those in the unorganised sector, who constitute more than 93% of our workforce" (likely to be around 502 million by 2012 as the Commission estimates). During the four and a half year of its existence, the Commission examined in detail all the literature and statistical evidence that exists on this sector, held numerous consultations with different stakeholders, such as government officials and policy makers at the Centre and in the States, trade unions and associations of workers representatives, civil society organisations, academics and experts. This final report on `The Challenge of Employment in India: An Informal Economy Perspective` is now presented as an overarching report based on all the earlier work of the Commission, to provide a perspective and strategy for expanding employment in India. The report takes an aggregative perspective of what the Commission calls the central problem of the challenge of employment namely, deficit in its quantity and quality. The comprehensive report also examines the issue of labour market reforms in India. The most important conclusion that follows from the findings of the Commission is that all efforts to improve the quantity and quality of employment in the unorganised sector would require a new approach to economic planning in India. The report offers numerous suggestions and concrete recommendations towards attaining the objective of `maximizing employment` and ensuring inclusive growth. CONTENTS IN DETAIL : Preface Acknowledgements Volume I - Main Report 1. Introduction Wide ranging consultations Past Reports This Report Organisation of Chapters 2. Expanding employment in the Indian economy Introduction Formal Sector Employment Formal and Informal Employment in the Formal Sector: Commission?s estimates What explains lack of growth in Formal Sector employment? Growth and Employment Some Implications of the Growth Pattern for Incomes The Informal Workers The Approach of NCEUS Commission?s Approach in this Report Concluding Note 3. Employment & Unemployment in India : Alternative Measures & their Meaning Introduction Measures of Employment/Unemployment : Sensitivity to Concepts & Definitions Used Labour Force Measures Used in Recent Plans Requirements of a Good Measure Modified Current Weekly Status (MCWS) Advantages of the MCWS Approach in Labour Force Measurement Measures of Employment & Unemployment Measures of Non-utilization of Labour Time The Measurement Used in this Report Policy Implications 4. Labour Supply & Demand : Introduction Population Growth & Composition Trends in Size & Composition of Labour Force Overall Size, Growth & Composition Rural-Urban Distribution 44 Labour Force Participation Rates (LFPR) 45 Labour Force Participation Rates by Social Groups 45 Age-Specific Labour Force Participation 47 Age Specific LFPR in Rural & Urban Areas 48 Low Educated: A Huge Underbelly 49 State-level Scenario in LFPR 52 Sate-wise Composition of Labour Force 53 State-wise Labour Force Participation Rates by Social Groups 54 State-wise Labour Force by Education 54 State-wise Rural/Urban Difference in Labour Force 56 Trends in Size & Composition of Work Force 57 Printed Pages: 572.

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A report of the National Commission for Enterprises in the Unorganised Sector, which was set up by the Government of India on 20th September 2004 under the chairmanship of Dr Arjun K Sengupta to review the status of unorganized/informal sector in India including the nature of enterprises, their size, spread and scope, and magnitude of employment.

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